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thank you very much
the picture was added to the rest at the top of this thread
I wonder if this could be phlebia radiata that has dried back making the color darker, The untitled-1 image certainly has the form of phlebia radiata
they had white fairly crowded gills
I took these pictures last month, They are of the same type of fungus at different stages of growth, They were growing on dead Oak, The largest...
Fuligo septica, A plasmodial slime mold, It looks to be full size and starting to solidify
looks to be a type of Inonotus
possible type of slime mold ?
Hi, Sounds like a book i shall have to get myself.
Thanks for the nice comments and interest, it would be fine for you to use the pictures for...
Hi Drugan the eggs themselfs dont actualy smell, they have a fishy kind of taste & its only when they grow out from the egg that the smell arrives.
Phlebia radiata "wrinkled crust" i found this sample a while back and thought it would make a nice cover for a book, all I need to do now is write...
Thanks for all the comments, and thanks miss_myxomycete' yourself and MycoRob are correct, just that some of my books state that slime moulds were...
yes that would be fantastic, thanks :)
here is a cross section of a stinkhorn egg i made, hope you like it
perhaps what you found was Mucilago crustacea ?
here are loads of links to all kinds of fungi web sites
looks to be Phlebia Radiata orange variety
Thanks for the replies, I am aware that the first picture is a species of lepiota any ideas on the last name for this one and the Russula, I...
Hello people i am new here & would like to ask for help with names to these three fungi pictures, I have had them for 3 yrs and can't seem to find...